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Презентация на английском языке о Сиднее - одном из наиболее привлекательных городов Австралии.
Introduction to Australia attractions
Sydney Attractions
Australia is an attractive
and interesting country. It
can excite even the most
experienced travelers. There
are so many unique sights
in this country which
cannot be found elsewhere.
The main sights of this
country are of natural
origin, as it possesses rich
natural resources.
Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales and the
most populous city in Australia and Oceania. Located
on Australia's east coast, the metropolis surrounds the
world's largest natural harbour, and sprawls towards
the Blue Mountains to the west. Residents of Sydney
are known as "Sydneysiders".
The largest and the
most visited city in
Australia is Sydney.
With the population
over 4.6 million people,
the city hosts 2.7
million international
tourists a year.
There is a great number of attractions in Sydney. The most
well-known ones are Sydney Opera House, Sydney
Harbour Bridge, St Mary's Catholic Cathedral, Royal
Botanical Gardens.
The Sydney Opera House is one of Australia's
buildings. It was designed by Joern Utzon, from
The Sydney Opera
Facts and figures
- The Sydney Opera House is an iconic Sydney landmark
- Location: Bennelong Point, Sydney Harbour
- Approximately 14 years to build
- The Opera House opened 20 Oct 1973
- Officially opened by Queen Elizabeth II
- World Heritage Listed in June 2007
- Design – Modern Expressionist
- Designed by Denmark’s Jørn Utzon
- World-class Performing Arts Centre – Housing several venues
- The Shells are precast concrete
The metropolitan area of Sydney stretches from the Blue
Mountains in the west to the Pacific Ocean in the east and from
the Hawkesbury River in the north to south of Botany Bay.
Sydney Harbour
Sydney Harbour Bridge is the
world's largest (but not longest
as thats the New River Gorge in
the USA) steel arch bridge, and,
in its beautiful harbour location,
has become a renowned
international symbol of
It now carries eight vehicle lanes,
two train lines, a footway and a
St Mary's
St Mary's Cathedral is the spiritual home of Sydney's
Catholic community. It is the seat of the Archbishop of
Sydney, and stands on the site of the first Catholic Chapel
in Australia.
Constructed in local sandstone, the "Gothic Revival" style
of its architecture is reminiscent of the great medieval
cathedrals of Europe.
Sydney Olympic Park
Now a suburb of Western
Sydney just 16 kilometres from
Sydney’s CBD, Sydney Olympic
Park was a development project
for the 2000 Olympic Games.
Today Sydney Olympic Park is
a popular location for premium
sporting and cultural events.
Sydney Showground located
within Sydney Olympic Park is
also home to the Sydney Royal
Easter Show, one of Sydney’s
largest annual events.
Sydney Aquarium
Sydney Aquarium is the
place where all children and
adults who visit this city
want to go in the first place.
It’s a public institution
which contains a large
variety of aquatic life
specific for Australian
coastline. The Aquarium
was established in 1988. It
still looks fantastic and
attracts thousands of
It is located in the very heart
visitors each year.
of Sydney at Darling Harbor.
Darling Harbour is a harbour adjacent to
the city centre of Sydney, New South
Wales, Australia. It is also a large
recreational and pedestrian precinct that
is situated on western outskirts of the
Sydney central business district.
Sydney is widely known both for its water sports and
recreational facilities and for its cultural life.
Sydney is a perfect place for active recreation.
There are many places worth seeing in Sydney.
Welcome to Australia! Welcome to Sydney!
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